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      07-11-2015, 12:08 PM   #9
JamesNoBrakes
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Drives: 428i xdrive GC
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I did some nice beefy sways on my 2010 camaro (which didn't suck at handling to start with) and I never regretted it. My wrx that I had before had some seriously weak sways and it would be like the leaning tower of pisa in any turn. The stiffer sways really made the camaro shine, making it feel much more nimble and precise. Response is greatly improved and cornering becomes amazing. The only negative is that when one side hits a bump and the other does not, it transmits that force side to side much easier than before. This is characteristic of any high performance car with stiff anti-sways though. They don't make your ride quality worse in terms of bump absorption per see, but they do stiffen up the ability for the suspension to work independently of the other side.

I used Eibach, which are quality components, but anything from the more reputable companies would be fine I'd wager.